Move Over Darlin’ – 1963 a real risk take for Doris Day to move away from her “The typical nice girl next door USA”
Move Over Darlin’ – 1963 a real risk take for Doris Day to move away from her “The typical nice girl next door USA” With an almost Phil Spector feel to this recording it went to the top of the charts in 63 with it’s slow sexy hypnotic beat hinting of “bedroom” connotations. My Auntie Laura was a big fan of Doris and she had a voice herself that suited the style and never a party went by without a rendition of “Whip Crack-away”. I was particularly saddened when Doris passed away at grand age in 2019.
So, besides my story, it’s a GREAT Tune, and all bands will be able to play this plus anyone in the band can take up the solo line (2nd Hn, 3rd Cnt, 2nd Bari) and not just a section principal for once, and, if you organise the solo line into a “question & response” situ 2 players can share it? I can just imagine Sop & BBb sat on the bed in front of the band with the Sop asking the BBb to – “Move Over Darlin’
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